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first_img Tags: Bul FCkirinya jsspaidah black angelsStarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueTooro united Bul FC are now joint top of the league table after Tuesday’s win (file photo)StarTimes Uganda Premier LeagueTuesday, 16-10-2018-Bul FC 3-0 Paidah Black Angels-Tooro United 1-2 Kirinya JSSBul FC registered their second victory of the 2018/19 season, defeating newly promoted Paidah Balck Angels 3-0 at Njeru Technical Center.Daniel Shabena, Douglas Owori and Hamis Tibita all found the back of the net for Peter Onen’s side to move joint top of the league table with six points from three games.Paidah who came into the game on the back of a 2-1 win over Police in their last game, conceded as early as the 18th minute thanks to Shabena’s composed finished.Owori ensured it’s a two goal cushion at half time for the home side before U20 international Hamis Tibita made the points safe with a third after an hour.Paidha Black Angels who have now lost two of their first three games dropped to 12th on the table with only three points.In Kavumba, Joel Madondo continued his early season form with a brace for Kirinya JSS that ensured the Jinja based side come from a goal down to overcome Tooro United at Kavumba Recreation Center.Kirinya JSS players celebrating one of Madondo’s goals on Tuesday (Photo by Kirinya Media)The young striker who also netted twice against SC Villa in the season opener struck in the 45th and 65th minute to hand Charles Ayiekoh’s side their first win of the campaign.Tooro United who came into the game on the back of a 1-0 away win over Bul FC took the lead courtesy of Allan Kayiwa strike inside four minutes but it only turned out to be a consolation.The three points lift Kirinya to 5th place on the 16-team log with five points having drawn both of their first two games while Tooro United are 11th with three points.The other game played on Tuesday:-Police FC 1-3 Express FCComments last_img read more

first_img Source:https://www.sts.org/media/news-releases/specialized-approach-open-heart-surgery-saves-lives Jul 26 2018Patients who undergo coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG)-;the most common heart surgery performed-;may live longer and experience fewer complications when under the care of a highly focused surgical team that uses simplified and standardized approaches, according to research published today in The Annals of Thoracic Surgery.”Our research presents a focused, multidisciplinary effort at improving CABG outcomes through specialization,” said Bradley S. Taylor, MD, MPH, from the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) in Baltimore. “We found many operative factors and clinical outcomes to be significantly improved, demonstrating the effects of team and program specialization.”Dr. Taylor, along with A. Claire Watkins, MD, and colleagues reviewed data from The Society of Thoracic Surgeons Adult Cardiac Surgery Database for all patients who underwent CABG between 2002 and 2016 at UMMC. Because UMMC launched a specialized CABG surgery program in 2013, the data were separated into two groups: “general era” (2002-2012) and “specialized era” (2013-2016). During the general era, 3,256 patients underwent CABG; 1,283 patients had CABG surgery during the specialized era. Patients in the two groups were of similar age, sex, and race.The research showed that mortality decreased from 2.67% to 1.48% after just 3 years of the more specialized coronary surgery program. As a result, it is estimated that specialization in CABG surgery prevented five deaths during that time period.”Both increased volume and specialization led to improved mortality rates and reduced complications in the specialized era,” said Dr. Watkins. “While all cardiac surgeons can perform a bypass operation, a surgeon dedicated to coronary bypass and working with a specialized team may have better outcomes.”Related StoriesImplanted device uses microcurrent to exercise heart muscle in cardiomyopathy patientsTen-fold rise in tongue-tie surgery for newborns ‘without any real strong data’Heart disease is still the number 1 killer in Australia, according to latest figuresDr. Watkins explained that when UMMC initiated the specialized CABG program, practices were “restructured and clarified” in an attempt to streamline surgical care. A senior surgeon who specializes in coronary surgery was recruited and appointed as clinical director. That surgeon completed 70% of the CABG operations during the specialized era; the highest percentage performed by one surgeon in the general era was 33%.Surgical approach and operative techniques also were standardized in the remodeled coronary surgery program. This resulted in a decrease of overall operation time by 48 minutes from incision to closure. Researchers also found an increased use of the bilateral internal mammary artery (BIMA) during the specialized era; BIMA is the optimal vessel for coronary bypass operations, according to Dr. Taylor. In addition, significant decreases were noted in the specialized era for blood transfusions (from 49% to 36%) and complications such as stroke (from 1.6% to 0.7%).Other important features of the specialized program were the standardization of clinical protocols and strengthened mentoring of junior surgeons, as well as an improved and intensified quality review process.”Our experience suggests that it is not simply case volume that can improve isolated CABG outcomes, but rather a more focused surgeon, team, and program,” said Dr. Taylor. “Through designated leadership of a coronary surgery program, standardization of all aspects of coronary care, and rigorous quality review, more patients will survive. We hope that cardiac surgery programs will consider investing in specialized coronary teams to improve all aspects of care for their CABG patients.”last_img read more

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